UNBS in the Media 11th to 22nd April 2022

SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESSES;

NEW VISION – Attached

 

PVOC ENGAGEMENTS IN BUSIA, MALABA;

THE INDEPENDENT: Clearing agents in Busia decry delayed verification of goods by UNBS. Clearing agents have complained over the delayed verification of goods by the Uganda National Bureau of Standards-UNBS at the Busia One-Stop Border Post. READ MORE HERE

 

UNBS ACCREDITATION RENEWED;

KAMPALA POST: UNBS Accreditation to Offer ISO Certification renewed. The SANAS accreditation renewal means that UNBS continues to be internationally recognized to provide credible certification services to organizations for ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) and ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems (QMS). READ MORE HERE

BUSINESS FOCUS: UNBS Accreditation To Offer ISO Certification Renewed.

 The Uganda National Bureau of Standards’ (UNBS’) accreditation to provide International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) Management Systems Certification has been renewed by the South African National Accreditation System (SANAS). READ MORE HERE

FOOD SAFETY AFRICA: SANAS renews Uganda National Bureau of Standards’ accreditation. The South African National Accreditation System (SANAS) has renewed the Uganda National Bureau of Standards’ (UNBS’) accreditation to provide International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Management Systems Certification. READ MORE HERE.

BUSI WEEK: UNBS Accreditation For ISO Certification Renewed-SANAS. The Uganda National Bureau of Standards’ (UNBS’) accreditation to provide International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) Management Systems Certification has been renewed for another three years by the South African National Accreditation System (SANAS). READ MORE HERE

 

KOMBUCHA STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN MITYANA;

BUSINESS FOCUS: UNBS Warns Kombucha Manufacturers Against Misleading Labels, Urges Them To Adhere To Hygiene Standards. The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has urged all Kombucha Manufacturers to adhere to hygiene standards in addition to the other relevant Uganda standards that govern the quality of their products. READ MORE HERE

KIKUBO LANE: Kumbucha manufacturers warned against deceptive labels. The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has urged all manufacturers of Kombucha drink to adhere to hygiene standards in addition to the other relevant Uganda standards that govern the quality of their products. READ MORE HERE

THE EXPLORER: UNBS Urges Kombucha Manufacturers to Adhere To Hygiene Standards. The Uganda National Bureau of standards has urged all kombucha manufacturers to adhere to hygiene standards in addition to the relevant Uganda standards that govern the quality of their products. READ MORE HERE

 

UNBS, UCU MoU SIGNING;

URBAN TV – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU0NGRNQcyU

NEW VISION E-PAPER – ATTACHED

JORI PRESS: UNBS, inks MoU with UCU to standardize academic products. Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) and Uganda Christian University (UCU) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at collaborating on the formulation and promotion of quality standards in Institutions of Higher Learning. READ MORE HERE

 

OTHER STORIES;

PML DAILY: Building customer experience value as part of a quality management system. Customer experience has been highly undervalued for long, however, due to the post-COVID-19 era and changes demanded, it can no longer be ignored. How clients/customers are handled, treated, responded to are now a top priority in the delivery of a service and a product at every touchpoint. READ MORE HERE